A little confused about this question. So I understand that a free electron will experience the magnetic force as a centripetal force and will travel in a circular path. The magnetic force is pointing to the right, indicating a clockwise path for the e-. However, the E field is also pointing to the right, which means an electron would be drawn to the left (positive side) of the E field. My question is: why wouldn't the e- be affected by the E field? Why would it immediately move in a clockwise circular path as dictated by the B force? Thanks in advance!